April 2019: NIDIS's 'Innovation Across the Water Cycle' technical session

On April 3, NIDIS hosted a technical session, “Innovation Across the Water Cycle: New Tools and Technologies to Manage Drought Risk,” featuring the work of NIDIS and several partners in developing tools and resources that help water utilities address their drought risk.

Dr. Dan McEvoy, Assistant Research Professor, Climatology, at the Desert Research Institute and Regional Climatologist with the Western Regional Climate Center, presented on Climate Engine, a web application powered by Google Earth Engine that can be used to monitor weather and vegetation using on-demand cloud processing of remote sensing and gridded climate archives.

More information can be found here.

All conference materials and information can be found here.